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Why is “h” used for entropy?
Why is the letter "h" (or "H") used to denote entropy in information theory, ergodic theory, and physics (and possibly other places)? Edit: I'm looking for an explanation of the original use of "H". ...
Nov 22 '11 at 21:15
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